Alandu Mustapha Wachiebine Amadu (born 17th December, 1995) known by his stage name as WC Hadgi, is Ghanaian Reggae/DanceHall Artist, born at Wasai in the Sissala West District. He was formally known as HadgiMuzik.

Early Life and Education

WC Hadgi obtained his primary Education at New Era Basic School, after his parents moved to Techiman when he was born and he proceeded to Holy Stars Academy in Dansoman where he had his high school education.

Music Career

WC Hadgi started as a footballer and he played for Mascot and Aston Villa Fc in Dansoman and he later on had a contract with Front Line Fc in Rusia. He played there for a couple of years and moved back to Ghana again. As a footballer, he was named after his football icon, Mustapha Hadji of Morocco as his name is also Mustapha. But he later on had it changed to WC Hadgi after venturing in to music.

WC Hadgi switched to music officially in 2015 under the Spearz music label, after heeding to his friends advice. He relocated to Upper West Region as it is his native land, to start building up his fan base and recognition.

Currently WC HADGI has relocated to Accra and has Part ways with his long time Music Label, Spearz this year, 2020.

Major Singles

  • Champion Boy
  • Link Up
  • Ahomka
  • New Leaf
  • Lafialo ft King Raph
  • PumPum
  • On Fire ft Skahlet
  • Jah Love ft Maaseg Dagaati

Album (s)

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YearTitleDirectorLink
2018PumPumDela Finnbit.ly/3drCpmS

Awards and Nominations

YearCategoryResults
2016New Artist of the YearWon
2016Dancehall Artist of the YearWon
2016Best CollaborationLost
2016Afro Beat Song of the YearLost
2017Most Popular Song of the YearLost
2017Artist of the YearWon
2017Reggae/DanceHall Song of the YearLost
2017Reggae DanceHall Artist of the YearWon
Sissala Music Awards (SMA)
YearCategoryResult
2016High Life Song of the YearWon
2016Reggae DanceHall Song of the YearWon
2016New Artist of the YearLost
2016Reggae DanceHall Artist of the YearLost
2017Reggae/DanceHall Song of the YearLost
2017Reggae/DanceHall Artist of the YearLost
Progress Upper West Music Awards (PRUMAS)

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